Papers, 1946-1981.


Papers, 1946-1981.

Correspondence, writings, and other materials documenting Robert C. Elliott's professional career as a literary scholar at Ohio State University and UCSD. In addition to manuscripts and other research materials documenting Elliott's investigation of western satire, the collection includes materials pertaining to political events and issues of academic freedom and free speech at OSU and UCSD. Prominent correspondents include Don Cameron Allen, Walter Jackson Bate, David Erdman, J. Paul Hunter, Herbert Marcuse, Jay Martin, Edward Said, and Jack Stillinger.

5.8 lin. ft. (14 archives boxes, 4 oversize folders)

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Wright, Andrew, 1923-2009 (person)

Hunter, J. Paul, 1934-.... (person)

Marcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979 (person)

Marcuse (1898-1979) was a German-born American political philosopher. From the description of Herbert Marcuse compositions, 1964-1971. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612747320 ...

Stillinger, Jack (person)

Allen, Don Cameron, 1941- (person)

Elliott, Robert C., 1914-1981 (person)

Literary scholar specializing in the areas of satire and utopian narrative. Robert C. Elliott (1914-1981) was educated at Wabash College (BA 1936), Columbia University (MA 1937), and Brown University (Ph. D. 1946). He taught in the English depts. at the University of Hawaii (1937-1941) and Ohio State University (1946-1964) before taking a position in the newly formed UCSD Dept. of Literature in 1964, over which he presided as chair for 1968-1971. Elliott is the author of several important monogr...

Bate, Walter Jackson, 1918-1999 (person)

University of California, San Diego. Dept. of Literature (corporateBody)

University of California, San Diego (corporateBody)

Administrative History The Chancellor acts as head of administration and has general authority over the campus. He is responsible for setting up the administrative structure and insuring that the various units function properly. He has specific delegated authority to sign employment contracts of faculty and staff and to represent the University in public forums. Herbert F. York was appointed first Chancellor of the University of C...

Erdman, David V. (person)

Martin, Jayne (person)

Said, Edward W., 1935-2003 (person)

Edward Said (b. Nov. 1, 1935 Jerusalem, Palestine-d. Sept. 24, 2003, New York City, NY) grew up in Palestine and Egypt and relocated to the United States to attend high school. He graduated from Princeton University (BA, 1957) and Harvard University (MA, 1960; PhD, 1964). In 1963, Said joined the Comparative Literature department of Columbia University and also taught at Harvard, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and Yale. While an English professor, Said became an established cultural critic with the bo...

Pearce, Roy Harvey. (person)

Scholar of American literature, with particular emphasis on the figures of Hawthorne and Stevens. Author of THE SAVAGES OF AMERICA (1953) AND THE CONTINUITY OF AMERICAN POETRY (1961). Founder of the UCSD Dept. of Literature and the Archive for New Poetry. From the description of Roy Harvey Pearce papers, 1945-1995. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 33082950 ...